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As IT Professionals, all our time is spent chasing after deadlines, completing one task after another. We all feel the need to improve our coding standards and practices, but rarely have the time to work towards it, especially with a team of peers.
During a CodeRetreat, developers work together on a single piece of code, over and over, with different partners, without the goal of a complete and functional piece of code. Here, we get the chance to experiment with each other on different styles, put proper coding practices to use, and learn from each other.
So, where we spend the work week focusing on getting things done, CodeRetreat is a chance to spend a day focusing on learning, rather than on completing. And, of course, on having fun while doing so.